Informes de la Construcción, Vol 72, No 557 (2020)

Análisis bibliométrico mundial de BIM a través de la colección principal de la Web of Science (2003-2017)


https://doi.org/10.3989/ic.66768

J. I. Rojas-Sola
Departamento de Ingeniería Gráfica, Diseño y Proyectos, Universidad de Jaén, España
orcid https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9001-1050

Á. I. Aguilera-García
Departamento de Informática, Universidad de Jaén, España
orcid https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7229-7382

Resumen


El principal objetivo es realizar un análisis cuantitativo y cualitativo desde el punto de vista institucional de la investigación relacionada con BIM presente en la colección principal de la Web of Science durante el período 2003-2017. Para ello, fueron revisados los registros del tipo ‘artículo’ o ‘revisión’ y se analizaron diferentes indicadores bibliométricos. La difusión internacional de investigación de los 16 países más productivos fue analizada, indicando las revistas de publicación de cada país, así como las principales revistas. Asimismo, EE.UU. es el país más productivo, aunque con un factor de impacto relativo algo mayor que la media debido a la dispersión de sus publicaciones en revistas de medio y bajo impacto, y la Universidad de Curtin (Australia) y el Instituto de Tecnología de Georgia (EE.UU.) son las instituciones más productivas y con alto impacto, sobresaliendo también la Universidad Politécnica de Hong Kong.

Palabras clave


BIM; Web of Science colección principal; análisis bibliométrico; análisis cuantitativo; análisis cualitativo; análisis institucional; análisis por países

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